The long-running contribution of Flinders University to the arts is a feature of the new Walk of Fame promenade at the Adelaide Festival Centre. Names on […]
The world’s largest directory of Australian stage performances is under threat as financial support for its ongoing development becomes tenuous in an uncertain funding environment. AusStage, […]
Veterans of performing arts and maritime archaeology at Flinders have been acknowledged as fellows of the Australian Academy of the Humanities. Award-winning academic scholar and theatre […]
Flinders creative arts graduates continue to make a big impact – from the bumper 2018 season for State Theatre Company SA to smaller productions by children’s […]
An ensemble cast for State Theatre Company’s next two productions will put a new spin on two classics of the Western canon, A Doll’s House and […]
The horror of the Battle of Long Tan comes vividly to life in the latest production of Flinders PhD Verity Laughton’s powerful play. The Brink Productions-State […]
High-flyers in sport and drama – Neil Craig and Benedict Andrews – have received honorary doctorates from Flinders University.
Australian TV veteran and Flinders graduate, Noni Hazlehurst AM, used her Hall of Fame Logie Award acceptance speech to call for a new kind of television that “counters bad news with good”.
A showcase of talent from Flinders University will feature in the 2016 Adelaide Festival of Arts production, Deluge.